Goddess of Pearls 2021
The Goddess of Pearls is an oil painting from my goddess series. The goddess series is all about being a woman and embracing your full self, which then creates a golden shadow, glowing from within, magnetizing everything she wants or needs. She is one with her environment and now also interacting with the virtual realm with the Augmented Reality animation.
This gif displays the oil painting, and then the augmented reality animation that can be triggered with the Instagram filter created for this piece. This gif has also been minted as an NFT as part of the Every Woman Biennial NFT only show in NYC.
The Goddess on the Stairs 2021
This oil painting is also part of the goddess series, about embracing your full divine feminine energy. The golden paint peaks through the entire piece. She also has an augmented reality element, and is also minted as an NFT.
Greek Goddess 2021
She is part of the goddess series as well. The painting comes to life with the augmented reality filter on instagram. If you go to my page @artbybonesy, you can open the filter called Greek Goddess and try it over this image. She will come to life. 🙂
Note: The text above was written by the Artist. No modification was made by COCA.
Puerto Rican-American artist, Christina Lewis Vizcarrondo, aka Bonesy, received her BFA in Graphic Design & Painting in 2009 from the University of Notre Dame. Bonesy’s work explores the virtual realm (through Augmented Reality) and merges it with our reality, questioning the separation that many have created between their virtual and concrete selves. Technology has become such an important part of life, especially throughout the pandemic. Select paintings can come to life when viewed with her custom filter on Instagram. Technology has allowed us to create an entirely distinct form of reality. Bonesy’s work continues to explore the virtual realm and merge it with our reality, questioning the separation that many have created between their virtual and concrete selves. The expressionistic approach of her work leaves the viewer to complete the flower or figure according to their own interpretation and detail. The blurred lines contrast the rigid times that we are living in.